Lawrence Police Lt. David Cobb, looks over some of the 16 kegs of
beer, some still full, after the police raided a Feb. 19 party at
the Phi Kappa Theta fraternity house, 111 W. 11th. Kansas
University's Interfraternity Council's judiciary board voted Monday
to expel the fraternity from the university's campus. The
fraternity plans to appeal the decision chapter president Matt
Lawrence fire fighters were called about 3 a.m. today to a
two-alarm blaze at 820 Ohio. Three residents who were at the home
Kansas university's Aaron Miles, left, gets on Darnell Jackson
after a play in the first half. Wayne Simien is at right. The
Jayhawks trailed by as many as 19 in the first half of a 71-63
setback Monday in Norman, Okla.
Kansas' Wayne Simien, center, fights for a rebound with Terrell
Everett, left, and David Godbold.
KU's Aaron Miles, left, tries to pass under pressure from
Oklahoma's David Godbold. Miles collected six assists, but he also
had six turnovers in KU's loss to the Sooners.
KU's Wayne Simien (23) loses a rebound to Terrell Everett (20).
Simien collected six boards, while Everett had eight, in the
Oklahoma's TeRrell Everett (20) beats Kansas' Keith Langford (5) to
the basket. Everett had 19 points against the Jayhawks.
Jayhawks, from left, Moulaye Niang, Russell Robinson and C.J. Giles
can't bear to watch the end of Kansas University's 71-63 loss to
Oklahoma. With the setback Monday in Norman, Okla., KU has lost
three straight for the first time in nearly 11 years.
Terri Schiavo, right, gets a kiss from her mother, Mary Schindler,
in this Aug. 11, 2001, image taken a from videotape. Schiavo's
husband is expected to be allowed to remove her feeding tube today.
Rick Dela Torre, center, looks over at the exposed roots of a tree
that fell onto his house in Long Beach, Calif. Long Beach city
workers Staban Robles, left in bucket, and Jorge Hernandez cut up
and cleared away the tree Monday.
Kelly Williams, manager at the Zarco at 1500 E. 23rd St., says she
won't keep the store open all night because of two recent
incidents. Early Sunday, Williams had to lock herself behind the
plexiglass windows when a crowd of several dozen people swarmed the
store and began grabbing candy and beer.
A Vietnamese vendor waits to sell her chickens at a market in Long
An province in the Mekong Delta in southern Vietnam. An official
with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says scientists
expect a flu virus that has swept through chickens and other
poultry in Asia will genetically change into a flu that could be
transmitted from person to person.
Notre Dame's Omari Isreal (5) defends Connecticut's Denham Brown in
the second half. The Huskies beat the Irish, 88-74, Monday in
Minnesota forward Kevin Garnett (21) rejects a shot attempt by
Cleveland forward Drew Gooden (90) as Timberwolves guard Troy
Hudson (16) defends. The Timberwolves, who defeated the Cavaliers,
94-88, Thursday in Minneapolis, could be active this week as the
NBA trade deadline approaches.
Thirty-one cast members brought an energetic stage production of
"Fiddler on the Roof" to the Lied Center, says reviewer Dean Bevan.
The audience gave the cast a standing ovation at the end of
Saturday night's show.
OTTO JAN VERKERK, 12, read five books during three weeks of
vacation last summer. He lives in Beek, a town of 17,000 people in
the southern part of the Netherlands.
ChoicePoint Inc., based in Alpharetta, Ga., is notifying about
145,000 people nationwide that their personal information may have
been stolen by thieves who fraudulently signed up with the company
that collects consumer data. Kansans are among the possible
Daytona 500 winner Jeff Gordon signs the front bumper of his No. 24
Dupont Monte Carlo inside the Daytona USA facilities. The winning
car, shown Monday at Daytona Beach, Fla., will remain on display
until next year's Daytona 500.
Adam Scott, right, and his caddie, Tony Navarro, left, stand under
an umbrella on the 18th tee. Scott claimed a one-hole playoff
victory over Chad Campbell, second from right, in the
rain-shortened Nissan Open on Monday at Riviera Country Club in Los
Shep Harris, owner of the Woody Creek Tavern, clears snow off the
table outside his establishment in Woody Creek, Colo. Harris and
other residents of the tiny hamlet north of Aspen, Colo., are
coping with the death of friend, neighbor and gonzo journalist
Hunter S. Thompson.
A beer cup litters the hillside near the Phi Kappa Theta fraternity
house, 1111 W. 11th St., where police seized 16 kegs of beer.
Lawrence Police Capt. David Cobb looks over some of the 16 kegs of
beer -- some still full -- that police confiscated after raiding a
party Saturday night at the Phi Kappa Theta fraternity house.
Jane Graves plays outside with her daughters, Maretta, 13 months,
and Elise, 4. Graves wants the City Commission to create an
ordinance requiring new housing developments, including apartments,
to have storm shelters. Graves, who moved from a slab home into a
house with a basement after the 2003 tornado, is pictured Monday.
President Bush, center, is guarded by U.S. Secret Service agents as
he speaks to European business people, diplomats, and academics at
Concert Noble in Brussels, Belgium. Bush outlined his goals for
policy in Europe and the Middle East on Monday.
Glass blower Sayedullah makes a glass at his workshop, where he
recycles glass from empty bottles to make up to 100 glasses in a
day in Kabul, Afghanistan. Three years after the fall of the
Taliban, Afghanistan remains the world's sixth-least developed
country, the United Nations said Monday.
Newly released Palestinian prisoners wave from a Palestinian bus as
they are transported into the West Bank town of Jenin. Israel on
Monday released a first wave of 500 Palestinian security prisoners,
as it promised at an Israeli-Palestinian summit meeting in Egypt
earlier this month where leaders declared an end to four years of
Camryn Willa, left, and Mikayla Thane Benanti, 4-month-old twin girls, celebrate their first Halloween. They are the daughters of Mike and Connie Benanti, Overland Park. Lawrence residents Lester and Lorene Altenbernd, the girls' grandparents, submitted the picture.